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Compatibility of disc brakes

Fixing the brake caliper to frame and forks

IS2000

On this older standard the fixing bolts for the brake caliper are at right angles to the direction of travel. Bild 1 Bild 2 The distance between the fixing bolt holes for the brake caliper is 51 mm.

Postmount

On this standard the fixing bolts for the brake caliper are parallel to the direction of travel. Bild 3 Bild 4 On Postmount the distance between the fixing bolt holes for the brake caliper is 74 mm.

Fixing the brake disc to the hub

Six-hole fixing

This standard is used by the majority of manufacturers. The brake disc is fixed to the hub body by six bolts.

Centerlock

This standard is used by Avid and Shimano. The brake disc is fixed at its centre to the hub. The brake disc is pushed onto a cog and then tightened up using a lock ring. By using an adapter you can use Centerlock hubs with six-hole fixing.

Conventional brake disc sizes

American sizes:

6“ (160mm), 7“ (185mm) 8“ (203mm)
Normally used by Avid.

European sizes:

160mm, 180mm, 203mm
Normally used by Formula, Magura and Shimano

You can use larger brake discs with both American and European sizes if you fit an appropriate adapter. If you opt to use an adapter, one speaks of the so-called Postmount. If the caliper is fitted without an adapter, one speaks of the so-called Direct Mount.

Brake caliper mounts on the rear triangles of Canyon Bikes

6" Postmount: Nerve series, Lux CF 29", Grand Canyon AL and CF series

7" Postmount: Spectral AL, New Torque series 2010, Torque EX and DHX, Strive series, Torque FRX Serie from 2012

IS2000: Inlite AL, Lux MR, Torque ES and FRX series until 2011, Stitched series and Yellowstone series

Larger brake discs can also be fitted to the suspension fork with both American and European sizes.

Attention:Ensure when fitting that the fork is approved for use with the relevant brake disc diameter. Failure to do so could result in damage to the fork!

Brake disc diameters for Canyon Bikes

Our bikes are approved for use only with brake disc diameters which are factory fitted.

Maximum recommended brake disc diameter for suspension forks and international standard

FOX forks with 32mm stanchions:

upto 203mm, 6“ Postmount

FOX forks with 36mm stanchions:

upto 205mm, 6“ Postmount

FOX40:

from 200mm to 225mm, special IS2000 for 8“

Marzocchi 66 RCV:

210mm, 8“ Postmount

Magura all forks:

upto 210mm, Durin have 6“ Postmount

Rock Shox Totem:

upto 210mm, 8” Postmount

Revelation, Reba, Recon, Tora:

upto 210mm, 6” Postmount

Dart:

upto 160mm, 6“ Postmount

SID World Cup:

upto 185mm, IS2000

These values are recommended if not other values are given either in the manuals of the manufacturers or printet on the bicycle part. Always mind the instructions of the manufacturers for dismantling and detaching of brakes. Ensure that all screws and bolts are tightened to the correct torque. The correct torque is indicated on the component itself, in the bike manual provided with your new bike, or here in the Technical Support Center.


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Picture 1: IS2000 mounting

Picture 1: IS2000 mounting

Picture 2: IS2000 screws

Picture 2: IS2000 screws

Picture 3: Postmount with adapter, two screws

Picture 3: Postmount with adapter, two screws

Picture 4: Postmount adapter, four screws

Picture 4: Postmount adapter, four screws

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